UN report: This year in Asia for 30 million ekobezhentsev

More than 30 million people last year were forced to migrate because of environmental and climatic disasters in Asia, and in the future the problem will likely only get worse, according to guardian.co.uk

Tens of millions of people will travel to the effects of climate change such as rising sea levels, hurricanes, floods, droughts, coastal erosion, desertification and loss of productivity in agriculture. Such people are likely to migrate to the neighboring regions across Asia, governments should begin to prepare for the challenges ahead, warns the Asian Development Bank.

According to forecasts of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, to 2050, the number could reach ekobezhentsev 200-250 million.

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